You have earned a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or a related discipline?
If your ambition is to deepen your expertise and to enhance your career opportunities in the vibrant field of Embedded Systems then you are at the right place. Please take a look at the EMECS course.
The European Masters programme in Embedded Computing Systems (EMECS) is a two-years Master’s course where each of the two academic years is spent at a different EMECS partner university.
The partner universities of our consortium are Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, University of Southampton, Politecnico Di Torino and Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Our partner universities are leading European research institutions in this field, offering excellent teaching quality and a broad spectrum of study modules to choose from.
Additionally, the student mobility between partner universities provides a rich international experience that is vital in a globalized economy.
European Master Scholarships in Embedded Computing Systems - Admission Requirements
The applicant must hold at least a B.Sc. degree (or equivalent) in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science or a related program.
At the time of application preliminary transcripts are accepted. Final transcripts must be provided upon enrollment.
The grade average of the previous study should prove a high qualification of the applicant. This will normally be the case for a grade average of ‘B’ or better in terms of the ECTS grading scale.
European Master Scholarships in Embedded Computing Systems
For the next cohort 20 Erasmus Mundus scholarships for NON EU and 8 for EU will be available.
A full scholarship for non EU students includes:
A full scholarship for EU students includes :
The number (3-4/intake) and amount of scholarships will be fixed according to the fund availability.
We prefer to give partial scholarships to several students instead of full ones to only a few.
The Consortium scholarship may include (one or two of the following, not all):
• Tuition fees (up to 9000€ / year, valid for 2 years).
• Free Health insurance.
• Travels: up to 500€.
• Monthly allocation for living and housing (200-300€/month).
Academic Scholarships are granted to excellent applicants.
These scholarships will cover a part of tuition fees and about 500€ / month for EU students and 850€ / month for non EU students.
For more information and application details, see; European Master Scholarships in Embedded Computing Systems
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